Monthly Archives: September 2014

Good to go…

The river looks good to go today, at least from town down.  It rained/snowed on Emigrant Peak last night so there is a bit of mud trickling in from 6 mile, it looks like that mud is just starting to … Continue reading

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Still off color in the valley, town looking better

Town looked more clear than Pine Creek today, with 6 mile likely being the culprit in the valley.  The Madison would be a better option than the valley today, but town down looks good to go for those who want … Continue reading

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Madison fishing well, Yellowstone also back

Most of our trips went to the Madison or spring creeks yesterday, today most trips are headed for the Valley…  Visibility is looking good with 2+ feet of visibility.  Yesterday evening the Yellowstone fished well and should fish even better … Continue reading

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Spring Creeks fishing well

If you’re looking to fish in our area while the river is dirty you might consider giving one of the local spring creeks a try.  Rod fees are now $75 until October 15th (when they become $40).  Hatches have been … Continue reading

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Still Muddy

At first glance the Yellowstone almost looked worth a try but after fishing it briefly with a bright streamer and seeing how poorly it showed up in the water, it looks like a no-go for today…  The webcam above Yankee … Continue reading

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Hopper time continues…

We’ve seen some great dry fly fishing this fall, and the big ones have been eating… HOPPERS!  We haven’t seen many in the water, and last weeks cold could have wiped out the remaining hoppers, but the fish don’t seem … Continue reading

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Big ones still eating…

The Stone is still fishing really well with the help of a good guide or a “fishy” fishing buddy.  With colder nights and chilly mornings, water temperatures have decreased significantly, (as low as 48° Friday morning) and have been rising … Continue reading

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If you want a big one, get a guide…

We are now entering the season of hawg hunting (and the pigs have been eating), so long as you know where to look that is!  The Yellowstone has been fishing off the hook lately, as has the Madison and other … Continue reading

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Girls outfishing the boys (again)!

The Yellowstone is fishing ON FIRE again!   Guide trips have been boating over 50 fish lately, (some whitefish of course) but mostly trout the past few days.  All of the guides we work with have been saying the Yellowstone is … Continue reading

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Yellowstone fishing well again

Both Clarity and water temp are looking good on the Yellowstone right now.  The browns are starting to get some vibrant colors and are getting more and more aggressive as we move into mid September.  The best streamer fishing is … Continue reading

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